Question about Nintendo DS Lite Console
If the touch screen still works then you have the option to calibrate the touch pad via the NDS utility and the stylus.
If you cant recalibrate the touch pad then is very posible for it to be damaged and you shoud consider replacing the pad with a new one as you can find these replacements widely spreaded in the web not so expensive.
You can also find guides and videos on how to dissasemble the device and replace the touch pad by yourself taking care at all times to avoid causing a worst damage. You need a thomson screwdriver, usually sold in the same store where you find the pad and some small blade and philips screwdrivers. And a lot of patience...
Posted on Oct 17, 2007
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